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Scott Markus


Scott has been actively involved in researching the paranormal for more than half of his life.  He is a published author, having written a historical/paranormal book about Chicago called “Voices from the Chicago Grave.”  His work in both production and the paranormal includes two documentaries on the unexplained, running the website WhatsYourGhostStory.com, co-hosting and producing the paranormal radio show “The Mothership Connection” out of WLIP AM-1050 Kenosha and being interviewed multiple times for Travel Channel’s “Mysteries at the Monument,” in addition to other local press.  He is a regular public speaker and paranormal convention guest across the US, including Hawaii.

Markus has been working in various aspects of film and television production since 1997.  His work has taken him across America while working on set for “Lost,” “The Dark Knight,” “Forgetting Sarah Marshal,” “Stranger Than Fiction” and many more.

Paranormal highlights include:

  • 1999 – released a documentary on haunted Chicago called “Voices from the Grave”
  • 2003 – released the book “Voices from the Chicago Grave”
  • 2007-2009 co-hosted and produced “The Mothership Connection” radio show in WLIP AM-1050 (Kenosha)
  • 2008 – Released second edition of “Voices from the Chicago Grave.”
  • 2010 – Launched the website WhatsYourGhostStory.com
  • 2014-2016 – Founded and ran Los Angeles Hauntings tour company
  • 2014 – For AwesomenessTV, he was one of the last people to investigate Linda Vista Hospital, in East LA
  • 2015 – Released documentary on the paranormal connections to the La Crosse drownings titled “A Hidden Truth?”
  • 2016 – Appeared on multiple episodes of Travel Channel’s “Mysteries at the Museum” & consulted on History Channel’s “Monster Quest.”
  • 2018 – Was among the last people to investigate the Old South Pittsburg Hospital near Chattanooga, TN before it was condemned and permanently closed.  Also directed a music video there for the “See You on the Other Side” podcast.
Over the last 18 years, he’s presented at numerous conventions and visited haunted sites from coast to coast, presenting on a number of local/regional topics including, Los Angeles / Hollywood stories, Midwest tales, ghost hunting ‘how tos,’ a general ‘best of’ the most interesting places in the country he’s visited, the La Crosse drowning saga, etc.




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